Set on the last day of 1981, 200 Cigarettes is a manic romantic comedy that follows a group of loquacious, chain-smoking twentysomethings seeking love and happiness as they converge for a blowout party in New York City’s East Village. A cab driver provides the link between the disparate groups who seek to overcome personal drama to avoid being alone when the clock strikes midnight.
C.C. Baxter has his future mapped out — all he needs to do is cozy up to the top feeders in the corporate food chain. But his fast track to the executive suite gets short-circuited when he falls for one of the bosses’ girlfriends.
It’s Monday morning. Bridget has woken up with a headache, a hangover and her boss. Wickedly clever, this tale of Miss Jones’s yearlong odyssey from Mr. Right-here-right-now to Mr. Right delivers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the female mind.
Bing Crosby croons to the tune of the Oscar-winning “White Christmas” in Irving Berlin’s love triangle romantic comedy. Tired of the bright lights of showbiz, Jim Hardy retires to the countryside to become a farmer. He converts the farm into the Holiday Inn, open only on holidays, then competes against his pal for a singer-dancer’s affection.
Can men and women remain friends without sex getting in the way? Nora Ephron’s episodic screenplay introduces womanizing, neurotic Harry and ambitious, equally neurotic Sally as chums who resist sexual attraction to keep up their friendship — a relationship always teetering on the brink of love. As the two draw closer, the question resurfaces: Can they stay just pals?
synopsis by Netflix.